No loan go for Cottage custodian
Csaba Somogyi is happy to stay and fight for his place at Fulham after admitting two clubs had loan bids for him turned down.
The 27-year-old Hungarian goalkeeper became the first signing of the Martin Jol era when he joined in summer 2011 before being immediately thrust into the club's development squad last season.
However, after an impressive 12 months at Craven Cottage, Somogyi is now looking to push David Stockdale and first-choice custodian Mark Schwarzer for first-team football.
He said: "Martin Jol and goalkeeping coach Hans Segers have praised me. I'm a stable third-choice keeper now.
"There were two clubs that wanted to sign me on loan this summer, but I wasn't informed about it.
"But, anyway, Mr Jol said he doesn't want me to leave in case of a red card or an injury to Schwarzer or Stockdale."